Indian tech, internet companies, google, tata's refusal to purchase domains from single woman domain investor proves that they are greater online fraudsters than nigerian fraudsters

Indian tech, internet companies, google, tata have got the greedy gujju stockbroker fraudster asmita patel a raw job, falsely claiming that the gujju fraudster who does not invest money in domains, owns the domains of the goa 1989 jee topper, a single woman engineer, who is spending Rs 4-5 lakh annually on domain renewals alone
To justify the Rs one crore FINANCIAL FRAUD of greedy gujju stockbroker R&AW employee fraudster asmita patel and other raw/cbi employees, LIAR Indian tech, internet companies, google, tata are falsely claiming that the domains of the goa 1989 jee topper, a single woman engineer, a private citizen belong to the various LIAR FRAUD bania, brahmin ntro/raw employees like mhow monster puneet, j srinivasan, vijay, tushar parekh, when these fraud raw/ntro employees HATE the single woman, have not contacted her and have not paid any money for domains at all.
The fraud tech and internet companies are also justifying the financial fraud, falsely claiming that domain investing is very lucrative, when actually investing in shares is far more lucrtive, requires less effort and has more tax breaks
For most domains, no advertising is sold every year, though renewal fees of Rs 1000+ are paid, while for shares no renewal fees are paid, and the value will increase , they often pay dividends. Also to make money from domain advertising, additional time and effort has to be invested for content creation, when no additional effort is required for shares after they are purchased.

Yet indicating the massive FINANCIAL FRAUD of indian internet, tech companies, who beat the nigerian fraudsters, they are allowed to repeat their complete lies that domain investing is very lucrative to continue with their Rs one crore FINANCIAL FRAUD on the goa 1989 jee topper, though these fraud companies refuse to purchase the domains legally paying the market price since 2010